Michael Lawrence Tyler, better known as Mystikal, is an American rapper, vocalist, performer, actor, and hip-hop artist. Mystikal’s net worth is $2 million as of 2022. He made his fortune through his performing, hip-hop, and rapping careers.
Aside from that, he makes a good living through brand endorsements, commercial appearances, and other side gigs. Mystikal is well-known for his legal problems, including sexual battery charges in 2003.
He enlisted in the American Army after finishing high school. There, he was given the title of Combat Engineer. Because of his army service, he was unable to continue his academic career.
After being deployed to the Armies, he began to pursue a career in rap. Leroy Edwards signed him, and he began recording at Big Boy Records. He performed hip-hop with Run-DMC and Doug E. Fresh before signing a record deal with Big Boy Records.
Biography of Mystikal
Mystikal, who was born on September 22, 1970, will be 52 years old in 2022. He was born and raised in the American state of Louisiana (New Orleans). He currently splits his time between Louisiana and Los Angeles. Mystikal was born in the United States of America.
He is a Christian, both religiously and ideologically. This is what Mystikal’s Alma Mater looks like. He began his education at a nearby elementary school. He then decided to attend a local middle school. Following his middle school education, he enrolled in a local high school called Cohen High School in New Orleans.
Career and Professional Life
Mystikal’s debut album “Mystikal” was released in 1994 by the New Orleans-based independent record label Big Boy. In 1994, he also released his second album, and one of the album’s most popular songs was sung by his sister, Michelle Tyler. Mystikal joined Master P.’s record label, No Limit, in 1996, and released “Unpredictable” in November 1997. He went on to release several more albums and even worked with Mariah Carey on her “Rainbow” album in 1999. Mystikal’s final album with the label was titled “Ghetto Fabulous,” and it was released in 1998.
In the year 2000, he officially left the label. Later that year, his song ‘Let’s Get Ready’ debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, and this was his only chart-topping album to date. Mystikal’s album “Tarantula” received a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album in 2003.
He was arrested in 2004 and imprisoned until he was released in 2010. He headlined a Mardi Gras concert at the Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts shortly after his release. His most recent achievement is a collaboration with Lil Dicky on Trinidad James’ song ‘Just a Lil’ Thick (She Juicy).’